For the past two seasons, we’ve been besotted with Delpozo. It’s the closest thing to couture we get here in New York. So you can imagine our anticipation was high this week, waiting to see what Josep Font had up his sleeve for his fall. Taking inspiration from the geometric, colorful work of Italian artist Duilio Barnabe and the futuristic society of the novel Logan’s Run, he presented a collection rich with textures and shapes. Sculpted coats, pleated gowns, mohair sweaters, and collared organza dresses stood apart with precise tailoring, unique silhouettes, and intricate beading and embroidery. Simply magical, as usual.
(images via Style.com; available for pre-order at Moda Operandi)
Love the colors!!!
I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:
Love the colors so much.
My Fantabulous World
I absolutely love this collection! So gorgeous and fun!
Yeah, Delpozo definitely lives up to the expectation! Such a delectable collection. One of my faves, too!
Amazing collection!! Josep Font is an amazing fashion design
Such interesting shapes…
Love the pictures.
Have a wonderful day!
Love the capes!
Especially the fuchsia one 😉
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I realize that your focus is fashion, but Logan’s Run is not an “idyllic futurism”; it is exactly the opposite: dystopian futurism. The reason Logan has to run is that everyone in his society is require to die at a certain age — a very young age. The entire premise of the novel and shows is that the young man is running for his life because he has refused to die quietly.
@dahlia, I’m not familiar with the novel so this is good to know. thank you!
This collection is so beautiful and optimistic! Thank you for keeping us informed! 🙂
gorgeous collection x
I like it because it´s creative, colorful and unique, it makes a statement
Those coats and capes are amazing. Love the green chiffon skirt and that last dress, gorgeous
Woah! This is exactly what the fashion industry needs- more stuff like this to get excited over!